sumai : I guess this is the most-awaited part for some of you :)
Every person with Type O blood carries a genetic memory of strength, endurance, self-reliance, daring, intuition, and an innate optimism. The original Type Os were the epitome of focus and drive, with a strong sense of self-preservation. They believed in themselves. It’s a good thing, too, or we might not be here.
If you are Type O, you may be able to appreciate this inheritance because the things that make you healthy, inspire you and energize you are very similar to your ancestors’. You’re hardy and strong, fuelled by a high-protein diet. You respond best to heavy physical exercise – in fact, you become depressed, despondent and overweight when you are deprived oft it.
Perhaps you have also inherited the drive to succeed and the leadership qualities of Type Os – strong, certain and powerful – blushing with good health and optimism.
Former American President Ronald Reagan is a Type O who fits the mould quite well. His administration was characterized by surety, evenness and an unflagging optimism about the future. You never felt that Reagan suffered much in the way of self-doubt. He forged ahead, for good or ill. He was also a risk-taker, in the style of Type Os. People used to call him the ‘Teflon president’ because he was never felled by the risks he took.
Of course, Reagan did not exhibit (at least publicly) the sharp, uncompromising, almost brutish style of some leaders. For example, it’s not terribly surprising that some famous mafiosos have been Type Os. Al Capone was a Type O. now there’s an example of leadership taken to the extreme. Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is also Type O, and one of the greatest risk-takers of modern times. Queen Elizabeth II is also a Type O, as is Prince Charles.